The Copa Libertadores final
is just around the corner, and gaming portal Betsson has already set the quotas and figures for the final gala of the most important international soccer club competition in South America.
For that reason, bets on the Brazilian side —hailed as favorite by 86% of Peruvians— winning the match have seen a significant increase.
On the other hand, 13% of bettors bet on the Argentine team as the tournament champion, while 1% of them bet on a tie.
This is the first one-game final in 60 years of Conmebol
history, and the second time the Copa Libertadores top match has to move from one place to another.
In 2018, South America's biggest soccer match moved to Madrid (Spain) after the occurrence of severe incidents near River Plate's Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires for the second leg of a final, following a 2-2 draw with fierce rivals Boca Juniors in the first leg at La Bombonera.